Erased With Grace by Aynne Cynar

Let me first say that this is not my typical read.

Having said that… WOW!

I may not have hand-picked it but I am definitely glad to have read it!

Aynne Cynar has written a story of such heart-rending… life.

Erased With Grace is an inspirational story – even though it doesn’t look that way for a very long time.

Many of the things Kathy is going through struck a chord with me… and I’m certain they will with any woman who reads the book.

I may not have been through precisely what she has, but there are parallels that can not be ignored and Aynne has such a feel for the emotions and reactions in the situations her characters endure – it’s simply amazing.

And the characters… of the characters – I want to meet so many of them! From the wonderful ladies in her church group to Anna Rose – one of the newest residents at the Franklin Hospice facility.

Aynne clearly believes in a Supernatural God and that comes through in Anna Rose especially. Her faith, her belief, her enjoyment of every day God gives her show just how AWESOME our God is!

We do have an AWESOME God and I am tickled to have found a wonderful book that portrays that message so well!

Yes, this is the first book I have read by Aynne Cynar… but  it will not be the last!


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Here is a brief synopsis from Goodreads:

Kathy Penchak is nurse manager at the Franklin Hospice in Cotton Springs, Kentucky.

The cherished role of wife feels erased when she discovers her husband’s newest employee in the family automotive repair business is also his mistress. Her adult children are involved in their own lives and the loss of an old faithful golden retriever, Giggles, still stings.

The newest patient at the facility has lost parts of her memory but not her faith. She possesses a vibrant witness that blesses the staff with warmth, joy, and encouragement right down to a final gift from the “Magic Bucket”.

It’s tempting for Kathy to see God defined through circumstances. The new patient, Christian colleagues, and the WeKnow Sunday school class hold her to the precipice of faith.

Kathy discovers God is able to do beyond what we ask or think and may answer prayer in most unimaginable ways. She learns an empty nest and failed marriage can become a cavern to walk through and arrive into the loving arms of her Savior. Her relationships have changed but are Erased with Grace.



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